7 Foods that Seem Fattening But are Actually Healthy
Woman and dieting are words that go well with each other for every woman you meet. She is perpetually on a diet, planning to go on a diet or cheating her diet and feeling bad about it. Keeping track of which foods are good for you and which aren’t is an irking task. With today’s times of an overdose of media wherein one day they claim some food item is healthy, the very next day some other researchers claim that it’s in fact bad. Reducing your stress about unhealthy foods, here are 7 seemingly unhealthy foods that are actually pretty good for you.
The weakness of most women is chocolates. Women and chocolates have an unusual relationship for, on one hand they go weak in the knees when they see chocolates, on the other hand they get warning signals in their brains to not touch it lest they gain weight. It has been scientifically proved that having a piece or 2 of dark chocolate daily, protects you against heart disorders by decreasing chances of blood inflammation, and of having a stroke.
Quite a few researches have proved that sipping on a glass or half of wine every night, especially the red variety, is actually good for you. It contains ‘good’ cholesterol such as antioxidants and resveratrol that give protection against artery damage.
Carbohydrates and starch are among the 7 important and essential nutrients needed by the body, so wonder why people shirk from them. Only in a deep fried form, say in wedges and fries, does the potato prove unhealthy, otherwise it’s rich in fiber and gives your body energy.
Just like eggs and meat, bananas are thought to be body builders’ foods since they are wrongly attributed to be containers of fat. Just like other fruits, bananas are also good for your health and contribute to the longevity as well as higher immunity. Just because it has higher sucrose level, and is tastier than most fruits, doesn’t make it unhealthy at all.